Land Surveyor (2154)

Land Surveyors plan, direct and conduct legal surveys to establish the location of real property boundaries, contours and other natural or human-made features, and prepare and maintain cross-sectional drawings, official plans, records and documents pertaining to these surveys. They are employed by federal, provincial and municipal governments, private sector land surveying establishments, real estate development, natural resource, engineering and construction firms, or they may be self-employed. (National Occupational Classification) 

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Education

The University of Manitoba does not offer degrees in Surveying or Geomatics Engineering. Please select the links below to learn about training programs in Canada.  If you are a University of Manitoba student who would like assistance in determining a degree path suits your unique occupational goals, speak with a Career Consultant.

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Information for foreign-trained land surveyors - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials 

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Date modified: August 3, 2018